|Name||FileMaker Pro 16 Advanced 184.108.40.206 macOS [sn].zip|
|Created on||2017-09-17 01:56:25|
|Files||FileMaker Pro 16 Advanced 220.127.116.11 macOS [sn].zip (447.5 MB)|
Descriptions for FileMaker Pro 16 Advanced 18.104.22.168
Name: FileMaker Pro
Released: Jul 12th, 2017
Mac Platform: Intel
OS Version: OS X 10.11 or later
Web Site: http://www.filemaker.com/
A powerful and versatile database management solution that enables you to store, organize and share information across various devices
FileMaker Pro is a handy and user-oriented application that enables you to quickly create a database and have it up and running in no time.
Handy pre-designed starter solutions
To start using FileMaker Pro, you just have to drag and drop Microsoft Excel files onto FileMaker Pro’s main window and instantly create a database. Additionally, you can use the pre-designed Starter Solutions to organize contacts, manage projects, track inventory, generate invoices and more.
What is more, FileMaker Pro helps you create custom solutions that fit your projects’ needs without any programming knowledge. Thus, you can add fields for tracking information such as name, numbers, documents, prices, dates, photos and more.
Flexible design tools and built-in support for iOS devices
You can also use various coordinate themes and change the appearance of your solution by using the desired fonts, colors, shading, backgrounds and more. You can even us your company logo to further personalize your forms.
Moreover, you can insert buttons, calculations, scripts and pop-up menus in order to automate repetitive tasks and improve the overall business performance.
With FileMaker Pro, you can increase the flexibility of your database and deliver your solution to iPhone and iPad users via FileMaker Go. You can also use FileMaker Server to host solutions and share data in real time across devices.
Powerful reporting and charting tools
You can easily produce and deliver informative and professional-looking summaries of the stored and used data. Hence, you can group, sort and summarize the data in the most effective way and create easy to understand pie charts, bubble charts, bar charts, line graphs, etc.
You can share the generated data via email via PDF or Excel documents. On top of that, you can share data over a network with up to five users at the same time.
Compatible with industry-standard apps
FileMaker Pro helps you import and export data from a wide variety of file formats and create two-way connections with external data sources. You can export and import data from XLSX, CSV, XML and other popular file formats.
At the same time, you can use ODBC and JDBC standards to exchange data and interact with other apps. You can even connect with external SQL data sources such as Oracle, MySQL and Microsoft SQL Server.
What’s new in FileMaker Pro 22.214.171.124
July 12th, 2017
SCRIPT STEPS AND FUNCTIONS:
・Improved the performance of the SortValues and UniqueValues functions.
Addressed the following issues:
・After the Go to Object script step was performed on an empty portal that did not allow the creation of records, the focus was not placed on the portal and the script step returned the error code 101 (“Record is missing”).
・Opening a record and then closing the record without modifying it increased the internal record modification count returned by the Get(RecordModificationCount) function.
・The CryptAuthCode function returned incorrect results for encoded text inputs.
・The JSONGetElement function returned JSONBoolean and JSONNumber results as text instead of a number.
・The JSONGetElement and JSONListValues functions returned the incorrect decimal separator for comma-based system locales.
・External script steps evaluated calculated values for repetitions incorrectly.
・The Set Variable script step did not set very large repetition values correctly.
Addressed the following issues:
・Under certain conditions, ESS-based tables displayed incorrect records.
・The FileMaker Pro Help “Configure Region Monitor” script step topic states that the Radius parameter returns a value in kilometers. This is incorrect; the value is returned in meters.